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"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

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"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • 1 The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • 2 There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • 1 The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • 2 There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

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"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • 1 The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • 2 There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • 1 The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • 2 There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

"It was the same mirror I'd gazed into as a child, then as a girl, then as a youth, half woman, half girl."

Educated by Tara Westover

  • What does "half woman" mean? (For example: A girl that has boyfriend?)

  • What does "half girl" mean?

Would you please explain it to me?


Note:

  • 1 The speaker is about 25. She has a boyfriend but she is not married.

  • 2 There is another text that contains the same phrase:


"The old man went back to his room and, sinking into his chair, covered his eyes with his hands and sat as if lost in thought—and memories. And, strangely enough, it was not of the young man he was thinking, but of a very beautiful woman, half woman, half girl, with black hair and brilliant eyes, with the blood of the South mantling in her cheeks, with the fire of the South, passionate, impetuous, uncontrollable, in eyes and cheek; a woman of fire and strong will, hard to understand, impossible to control; a woman to make or wreck a man's life. The woman whose vision rose before the old man, who sat, a bowed and desolate figure, in his chair, had wrecked his."

The Woman's Way (Esprios Classics) By Charles Garvice

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